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JH Williams spoke with THE BAT SIGNAL about the new "Batwoman: Elegy" hardcover collection, collaborating with Greg Rucka and what to expect with the upcoming "Batwoman" series he's writing as well as drawing.
Marvel Comics has released a pair of Greg Land illustrated teaser images accompanied by the statement, "A New Generation of Hope" with the word "generation" set in the font used for the old "Generation X" logo.
In the first of an extensive two part interview, Steve Bissette spoke with CBR about "1963," what went wrong and why we'll never see it reprinted, what led to his retirement and return to comics and much more.
In honor of her 600th issue and brand-new costume, CBLR is all Wonder Woman this week! Learn the secrets of the WW logo, Wonder Girl and discover what famous anime character might just be Wonder Woman's daughter!
Reactions to the closing of DC's Zuda website! Cover-banner madness! 70-year-old testimony from Will Eisner! DMP picks up new licenses! Gene Colan auctions "Captain America" art! Lame costume changes! Plus much more!
CBR spoke with creators Mark Kidwell, Nat Jones and Jay Fotos to discuss their 1960s era zombie miniseries about the Vietnam War, the infected flower power back home and the devastation across rest of the globe.
Marvel has announced that October will feature vampire-themed variant covers throughout the month and has released looks at the undead takes on "New Avengers, "Invincible Iron Man," "Avengers Academy" and "Hulk."
In light of Wonder Woman's new Jim Lee designed outfit burning up message boards and forums across the internet, CBR takes it to a poll asking you what you think of the Amazonian hero's newest look!
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an advance look at new comics on sale next Thursday, July 8, including "Fantastic Four Annual" #32, "Shadowland" #1, "Steve Rogers: Super-Soldier" #1, "X-Men" #1 and more.
The Reggae musician Ziggy Marley has created a home grown superhero with the help of Joe Casey and Jim Mafood as Image Comics brings the Grammy-winner to Comic-Con with "Marijuanaman."
"Amazing Spider-Man" editor Steve Wacker spoke with CBR about Spider-Man's life before and after "One Moment In Time," the character's involvement in "Shadowland" and the possibility of a Peter Parker-less Spidey.
While it's not yet officially confirmed, the creative team behind "Atlas" may soon be taking the reins of Marvel’s adjectiveless Hulk title, as Jeff Parker shares a special explosive teaser image with ROBOT 6.
With the introduction of Wonder Woman's new costume making headlines worldwide, we enlisted CSBG's Brian Cronin to provide us with a rundown of the Amazonian princess' looks throughout her nearly 70 year history.
Doug Zawisza enjoyed "The Flash" #3, giving the Geoff Johns and Francis Manapul collaboration 4 stars and saying, "This series has gotten off to a good start and it appears as though its just hitting its stride."
"Guarding The Globe" co-writer Benito Cereno spoke with CBR News about his plans for the super-team series, working with Robert Kirkman and what makes the Invincible Universe so darn cool.
Horrors and glories of warfare, from mythical enmities to corporate spycraft to the blood-soaked sands of the Sudan, are on display in a week that mostly makes Marvels while shuddering at the horror of...The Pantsening!
CBR looks at the Doctor's history in comics, from his early days in "TV Comic" to "Doctor Who Weekly" and the current ongoing series from IDW, speaking with creators past and present as well as comic historian Paul Scoones.
Hero Initiative has announced the appointment of official medical and financial service consultants, with Dr. Mauricio Heilbron and Harlan Wenig offering services to Hero's population free of charge.
CBR reviewer Greg McElhatton gave "Wonder Woman" #600 a 3.5 star review, saying of the milestone, multi-creative teamed issue, "There's something for everyone, but overall it's not as strong as one would hope."
CBR News spoke with series co-writer Fred Van Lente about the Prince of Power, Amadeus Cho, as he goes to war alongside Hercules in the October debuting "Chaos War" from Marvel Comics.
CBR spoke with legendary cartoonist, critic, playwright, screenwriter, illustrator, childrens book author and novelist Jules Feiffer about his long career and his new memoir, "Backing Into Forward."
IDW promotes Chris Ryall to CCO! "Dark Horse Presents" leaves MySpace for publisher's site! Looking at Marvel's "digital second printings"! Anime Expo kicks off in L.A. -- where it'll stay through 2013! Plus much more!
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Avengers: The Children's Crusade" #1 by Allan Heinberg and Jimmy Cheung. The highly anticipated series launches July 8.
In advance of its August debut, Image Comics has announced that the six-issue "Invincible" spinoff by Robert Kirkman, Benito Cereno and Ransom Getty will now be called "Guarding The Globe."
The star of "Avatar" and "Terminator Salvation" is headed into the Hollywood comics realm as he partners with Radical Publishing and David Lapham for a graphic novel and film to be "Damaged."
"Brightest Day"cover artist David Finch spoke about why he loves drawing Deadman and Aquaman for the bi-weekly event title, what he finds challenging about Firestorm and a tease about another big project.
Courtesy of Ape Entertainment's Kizoic label, CBR presents a preview of the second issue of their all-ages series "Scratch 9," created and written by Rob M. Worley with Jason T. Kruse on art and a cover by Mike Kunkel.
Mark Millar revealed last night that he has plotted a sequel to "Old Man Logan," the bestselling 2008-2009 "Wolverine" arc by Millar and artist Steve McNiven. ROBOT 6 has all of the details.
Ron Marz and Top Cow Publisher Filip Sablik spoke with CBR News about Pandora's Box, one of thirteen key items that will be at the center of the 13-issue "Artifacts" limited series launching this July.
In the second installment of CSBG's FOGGY RUINS OF TIME, Brian Cronin reveals exactly how actor Ann B. Davis, better known as Alice from the "Brady Bunch," is somehow connected to Pepper Potts of "Iron Man" fame!
Tom Waltz spoke with CBR about his original graphic novel "After the Fire," featuring Guiu Vilanova on art. The book stars a slain resurrected for vengeance - and perhaps something more - and ships in August from IDW.
With DC's revelation of Wonder Woman's new direction and costume, reactions have been flying fast and furious across the internet, from mainstream media outlets to fans to Lynda Carter herself.
CBR News spoke with comics veteran Rick Veitch who gave us an exclusive inside look at the process involved with illustrating the standalone story in "Unknown Soldier" #21, on sale today.
Marvel Comics has unveiled Joe Quesada's cover for "Amazing Spider-Man" #638, the first chapter of Quesada and Paolo Manuel Rivera's "One Moment In Time" story arc. The issue hits stores July 21.
Bryan J.L. Glass spoke with CBR News about his upcoming one-shot exploring the re-emergence of the Asgardian shield maiden, redefining her place in the Marvel Universe and his first foray into Marvel's toy box.
It's New Comics Day in the States, and CBR has over sixty previews of new titles on sale today from Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Image Comics, Dark Horse, IDW Publishing, BOOM! Studios, Dynamite, and more!
Debuting Wednesday in her milestone 600th issue, Wonder Woman gets a new Jim Lee-designed costume, a new mission and a new world in the reality-altering storyline which writer J. Michael Straczynski tells CBR about in detail.
With Paul Cornell's first comic as a DC exclusive creator ready to hit stores, the writer known for his takes on British superheroes explains how he'll make America's longest-running comic book a supervillain punch-up.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Amazing Spider-Man" #637, featuring the story behind the new Spider-Girl. The issue, featuring part 4 of "The Grim Hunt," hits comic stores on Wednesday, July 21.
Just what is the deal with Marvel and DC's royalty programs? Why were last week's war of royalty words ironic and semantic? Are retailers really to blame? And, finally, Augie surmises that competition is good!